Published at Monday, November 13th 2017. by Aloin Chauvin in Flooring.
Probably the most important aspect of a kitchen remodel is choosing the floor plan. When deciding on how to lay out your kitchen, you should really take the time to think about how your family uses the space and pick a plan that will be most functional for you. The floor plan in a kitchen consists mainly of the cabinets and island and perhaps a separate eat in area. There‘s basically 5 different "shapes" in which you can configure your cabinets.
Now work the opposite way and try the same principle to figure out how the tiles will finish up, however this is still not your stopping position. Now measure the tiles and then move the beginning point to look at how the floor tiles will end up along the length of the kitchen cabinets. If you realize any kind of problem areas planning to work around them during the planning and layout stage could save you some time and you‘ll be satisfied with the end results. Now it‘s the perfect time to get started laying your brand new floor.
A kitchen is a gathering place. It‘s where people gather to prepare food, eat food, do homework, play games, work on projects, and be together as a family. That‘s why kitchens are one of the rooms in the home that begins to see the fastest wear and tear. Floors become scuffed and stained, cupboards get nicked and scratched, hardware falls off, and appliances start to break. So it‘s no wonder that the kitchen is also one of the first rooms in the house to get remodeled.
Hardwood floors come in two types: solid and engineered. Solid flooring is cut from single pieces of wood and worked into desired shapes. Solid hardwood floors come in strip flooring which are nailed to sub-flooring, plank flooring which has wider boards, and parquet flooring which comes in squares or geometric shapes to create different patterns.
Use porcelain tiles to recreate the look of stone for less. Compared to stone, porcelain tiles are smoother and can create a more uniform finish to your kitchen flooring. You can find porcelain tiles in a variety of designs, colors and patterns. Some of the more recent trends in porcelain tiles involve a metallic finish.
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